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“The future of this country is not in the cities, but in the heart of the countryside” is the cornerstone on which Atty. Angelo Valencia built Tibby’s Farm. The EAT (Education, Accomodation, and Tourism) Facility in Angeles promotes responsible and sustainable agriculture through fostering cooperation and inclusive growth.

The idyllic farm is no-fuss. Mostly simple, open-air structures influenced by the owner’s travels to different parts of the country. The main dining hall is inspired by a traditional Tausug dwelling, and bits of indigenous paraphernalia are tucked in nooks and crannies. There is also the in-house aquaponic facility, the organic garden with its semi-automated irrigation system, and the mushroom 

cultivation “darkroom”.

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